What issues matter in Taiwan’s election? Last week, we ran an article about the events that have marked Taiwan’s election campaign so far. Its
Washington announced on July 28 that it will soon send Taiwan a collection of weapons worth up to $345 million, but did not provide details on which
Voter decision-making in Taiwan is complex, as with anywhere else. On top of cross-strait relations, structural factors like class and wealth affect
A Chinese military magazine published an article in January that outlined the important role that China’s large fleet of drones would play in a war
One of the most watched series on Netflix in Taiwan this year is a show called Port of Lies (八尺門的辯護人) and that’s unlikely to be an algorithmic quirk.
Many of Taiwan’s most strategic airports and installations are close to its coastline, making them tempting targets for specialized troops that
Drills at Taiwan’s largest airport showed why Russia lost so many special forces soldiers when it airlifted hundreds of them to Ukraine’s Hostomel
The idea that authoritarian governance holds an advantage in pushing forward with some elements of a “green transition” can be enticing. China, for
A leading Taiwanese military analyst explains why Taiwan needs to field large weapon platforms that might not be practical in an actual war Domino
Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturer TSMC has just reported a 23.3% fall in second-quarter earnings, its first year-on-year drop in quarterly profit
Taiwan needs to show commitment to its own defense if it is to secure military support from countries like the U.S., according to the former U.S.
The U.S. will buy back 100 launchers of HAWK medium-range surface to air missiles (SAMs) that Taiwan had previously bought from the U.S., the China